I pulled a 17" dell monitor with DVI and VGA out of the dump, and a 20" lcd TV with a power issue. But I fixed it and its a great monitor with HDMI or VGA. I found a linksys router that did not work, but I installed linux on it and its been really stable, up for 46 days. I have found good scanners, printers, hard drives, the list goes on. I guess I am a garbage picker...
Loc: San Francisco, CA
Originally Posted By: "Waragainstsleep "
I was given a 1.25 Alu 15" PB the other day. The screen was bust (not cracked) and lots of dents in it. I replaced most of the lid and now the only thing wrong with it is a slight dent near the power jack. Its fully loaded too, backlit keyboard, superdrive, 80GB HD and 2GB of Kingston RAM. And my boss gave me an ex-rental 20" ADC flat panel display. I love free stuff.
Yeah, mine has the 5400 rpm 80Gb, too, as well as the backlit keyboard, which I'm fairly nonplussed about. I thought I'd be more impressed with it.
Now that I have both a MacBook and this 1.5Ghz PowerBook, I'm wondering if I shouldn't sell both and buy a 15" MacBook Pro, or just find a local shop which would make a trade.
Anyone with any arguments for why I should or shouldn't make such an exchange? I'm completely on the fence at the moment.
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